Township Offices to Remain Closed to the Public; Government Services Continue

Township Offices to Remain Closed to the Public; Government Services Continue

Township Offices to Remain Closed to the Public; Government Services Continue
Posted on 12/08/2020
Township Offices to Remain Closed to the Public; Government Services Continue

Northville Township’s municipal buildings will remain closed — except by appointment only — due to the extension of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Gatherings and Face Mask Order and the high number of COVID-19 cases regionally. 

Our staff remains committed to providing residents with the most efficient services possible; we continue to work inside. 

Township Hall
You may use our Drive-Thru, Drop Box or make a payment online at www.twp.northville.mi.us/Pay. Our address is 44405 Six Mile Road at Sheldon.
Building permits may be dropped off in the Drive-Thru, emailed or completed online. 
Residents may conduct business over the telephone or via U.S. mail, too. Our main line is (248) 348-5800.

Public Safety
Our First Responders remain on duty to protect you 24/7, but both the Police Department and Fire Department Headquarters are closed to the public. 
The vestibule at the Police Department is open to drop off Toys for Tots or gift card donations for Hope for the Holidays.

Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation virtual programs will continue. 
In-person classes that had been postponed are now canceled; refunds/credits will be issued.  
The Community Center, Youth Network and the Recreation Center at Hillside are closed.

Senior Programs
Senior transportation will continue on a M/W/F schedule.  
Liquid nutrition and medical equipment loans will continue by appointment only, from 9 am–noon Monday-Friday, at the Northville Community Center.

This action is to protect our citizens and keep our workforce safe. 

We will monitor the situation and update you with any changes as 2021 approaches.

In the meantime, as this public health crisis persists, please continue to wear a protective mask, wash your hands frequently and practice social distancing. Collectively, we can slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

Thank you and be well.